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Source: TechCrunch

Category: Digital Media, Earnings, Valuation

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5 Responses to “Apple’s Rebound Q in One Giant Chart”

  1. davebarnes says:

    Rebound?
    Apple is doomed. Just ask the [idiotic] pundits.

  2. neddyj says:

    Barry – was it a rebound quarter? Looks exactly the same as a year ago, except lighter Ipad sales in the mix. It was better than last quarter, but isn’t that their seasonally weak quarter anyway? I still see shrinking margins myself. A cheap stock for sure. Stocks with tepid sales growth and falling margins tend to be. You may dismiss me as you do the pundits who ‘don’t get’ apple, but tepid sales growth and declining margins are a fact. Maybe they’ll be able to turn those two trends around – but the law of large numbers says it’s going to be hard to move the needle on sales…and it will also be hard to get the margins back to where they were a year ago. They do have lots of cash though….I think I’ve heard that mentioned a few times recently.

  3. mpetrosian says:

    I bet you Barry doesn’t own Apple in his portfolios for anyone not full throttle agro
    or at all. Barry is just a huge Apple fan. The TV could change things I think. I get horny dreaming about how an Apple TV and iPad/iPhone could work together. The TV as a family chalkboard with to do lists and calendars, multiple user function, touch screen, blablabla.

  4. El says:

    Barry, Apple’s revenue is cyclical. If you compare YoY quarters the Q3 announcement looks like par for the course.